1919 Industry and Trade A study of industrial technique and business organization; and of their influence on the conditions of various classes and nations
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First Edition, Publishers' Original Binding, Scarce
The first edition, in the original publisher's cloth. Scarce. Alfred Marshall was one of the most influential economists of his time, with his work, Principles of Economics, considered the dominant textbook of classical economic thought. This work, Industry and Trade, was prompted by a need to reconsider his views regarding international economy. Written when Marshall was 77, the work is more empirical than theoretical and thus gained less attention and acclaim than his other, more sprawling theoretical works. Nonetheless, the work remains an important treatise from one of the most influential British economists of the twentieth century. A scarce first edition of this economic work.
In the publisher's cloth binding. Externally sound with bumping to the extremities and head and tail of the spine, resulting in some slight loss and splitting to the cloth. The odd mark to the boards. Slight loss to the cloth of the rear board. Internally firmly bound. Pages generally bright and clean with age toning due to paper used. Ink stamp to rear endpaper.
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